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Estimate: 900 GBP   |   Starting price: 750 GBP Online bidding closed
Cunobelinus Wild Type. Ring Type. Sills class 5b. c.AD8-41. Gold stater. 16mm. 4.79g. Corn ear without central stalk, CA to l, MV to r./ Plump stallion with thin pointy head rearing r, branch and star above, CVNO and ringed-pellet below. ABC 2783, VA 1933, BMC 1804-08, DK 561, S 283. PAS: BERK-E511E7 (this coin). Good VF, toned rose gold, outstanding corn ear, bold bouncy horse. An attractive example of a SCARCE type. Ex Tony Warner collection. Found Wantage, Oxon., 11 September 2010.

Published in Divided Kingdoms, p.680 (this coin). “It die links with several other coins” says Dr John Sills (pers.comm. 11.1.2019).

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